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It's shot almost clinically - no slow-motion or soft focus, no sensitive editing, no soundtrack music and certainly no well-timed fades to black. They're shot persuasively, too - so much so that if it's nudity you're after, you'll find it, and if it's intimate behavior that verges on late-night Skinemax titillation, you'll find that, too. Series creator Cynthia Mort charts the love lives of three couples, each representing a different age and relationship. Jamie Michelle Borth and Hugo Luke Farrell Kirby , in their 20s, are engaged, but her unwarranted jealousy drives them apart. Carolyn Sonya Walger and Palek Adam Scott , in their 30s, are trying to conceive, but having difficulties. And Dave Tim DeKay and Katie Ally Walker , in their 40s, seem to have a happy family life as loving parents - but haven't had sex in a long time. Jane Alexander has a central role as the therapist who will see most of the primary characters.
Review Roundup: HBO's New Series "Tell Me You Love Me" Has Lots Of Sex, But It May Not Be Good
Actors are usually paid to They are professional artists whose job involves turning themselves into a person they aren't, to the amazement of fans and moviegoers around the world. When it comes to shooting the ever-embarrassing love scene, these stalwart professionals throw back a shot of tequila if needed and get to work simulating intercourse. At least, that's how it usually goes down.
Bringing a European sensibility regarding sex to American television -- and thus bolder, more explicit depictions of intercourse than many are accustomed to seeing without slinking into the videostore's roped-off section -- "Tell Me You Love Me" is a strange amalgam. By Brian Lowry. Chalk it up, perhaps, to the prevalence of women within the creative team — including series creator Cynthia Mort and most of the directors — but one limiting and at times exasperating aspect of the program hinges on the schism that exists between the women and men. Moreover, the Alexander-Selby union is symbolically thrilling: When was the last time, after all, you saw a couple in their 60s graphically have sex anywhere, much less on TV?